St. Peter the Apostle at 305 West 5th St, Park Rapids, MN 56470 US - Home
Welcome to St Peter the Apostle Catholic Church in Park Rapids, MN
This is the home of St. Peter the Apostle, located in Park Rapids, MN. Here you will find the latest news and information about the church. St. Peter's parish is also missioned with St. Mary's parish in Two Inlets, Minnesota.
Mass for Thanksgiving Day:
Thursday, November 28, 2013. 9:00 AM.
St. Peter's Church is a community of faith in the Roman Catholic tradition. The mission of St. Peter's Church is to help people to meet and to know the compassionate God; this mission is accomplished by our personal commitment to the Lord, and by our Christian service to our sisters and brothers.
Our mission is to build a community of faith rooted in sacramental worship and the Word of God. We strive to meet the spiritual and personal needs of each of our members, and all of God's people, especially those who are hurting the most.
Park Rapids, Minnesota is a part of the Diocese of Crookston. Our Bishop is the Most Reverend Michael J. Hoeppner. To learn more about our diocese and bishop, click here.
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The Archdiocese of St. Paul - Minneapolis is sponsoring a web site regarding immigration issues in the United States and in Minnesota. I call your attention to this site for information that may be important to you and others in the community. Click here to visit the website.
Why is Life Sacred?
A Pro-Life event. Please follow this link to find out more!
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
At St. Peter's, we have been blessed to have Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in St. Anne's Chapel (located in the Parish Center next to the kitchen). Click to learn more!
PRAY FOR VOCATIONS
Follow this link to learn how to spiritually support the Seminarians of the Diocese of Crookston or contact Vocations Staff concerning a possible vocation to the Priesthood!
From The Desk of Father Tom: Lent
Our Pastor would like to answer your questions about this important season in the life of the Church. Click to learn more about your faith!